Tag Archives: Stephen King

Summer Blitz (books 50 to 58)

With apologies to my book followers, this summer has been filled with beautiful, sunny days and I have been a bit slow with my book reviews!  In order to catch up, I am doing a summer blitz, grouping together some … Continue reading

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20. Carrie (Stephen King)

Carrie is the disturbing story of a teenage girl who was cruelly bullied at school leading to a dramatic prom night.  Carrie was King’s first novel, written in his trailer, which later became a movie.  After reading King’s Firestarter for our October book club, … Continue reading

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67. Firestarter (Stephen King)

October’s book club challenge was to choose a Stephen King novel to read for the spooky month of Halloween.  It is unusual for individuals to all read different books so our discussion should be very interesting this week! As a teenager and … Continue reading

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59. On Writing (Stephen King)

“Reading is the creative centre of a writer’s life.  I take a book with me everywhere I go, and find there are all sorts of opportunities to dip in”. It has been many years since I read my first Stephen … Continue reading

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47. Drunken Fireworks (Stephen King)

Drunken Fireworks was an entertaining 4th of July audio book!  This was an experiment by Stephen King, who has released this ONLY as an audio book with a written format to follow.  It was well read (not by the author himself) by … Continue reading

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